Conservation, Featured

How the African Black Rhino came back from extinction

Between 2012 and 2018, the Black Rhino population across Africa has grown at a modest annual rate of 2.5% from an estimated 4,845 to 5,630 animals in the wild, respectively. Population models predict a further slow increase over the next five years, according to IUCN’s March 2020 update. Despite their name, black rhinos aren’t actually… Read More How the African Black Rhino came back from extinction

Conservation, Exotic Wildlife Association

Announcing the First US Based Registry For Fallow Deer

EWA is excited to announce the first US based registry for Fallow Deer. We are going to make submission of your samples as easy as possible. Contact EWA Office at 830-315-7761 or [email protected] and let us know how many submission envelopes and return labels are needed. These envelopes & labels are at no cost to you. Submitting… Read More Announcing the First US Based Registry For Fallow Deer

Conservation, Exotic Wildlife Association, Exotics

7 Interesting Facts About Waterbuck

The waterbuck is a large antelope found widely in sub-Saharan Africa. The Defassa Waterbuck is considered threatened in its native land; however, these beautiful animals are thriving on our member’s ranches. Our industry allows us to raise Waterbuck right here in the United States. Here are 7 interesting facts about them: Their long, spiral horns curve backward, then forward. Only the males have horns, which can… Read More 7 Interesting Facts About Waterbuck